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Portable Live Scope set up #13781571 11/23/20 03:39 AM
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I saw Gary Paris has a portable set up for his unit, anyone else do the same?

Most interested in how you are connecting the LS transducer. Some kind of C clamp and a pole on the gunnel?

TIA



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Re: Portable Live Scope set up [Re: Douglas J] #13781760 11/23/20 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Douglas J
I saw Gary Paris has a portable set up for his unit, anyone else do the same?

Most interested in how you are connecting the LS transducer. Some kind of C clamp and a pole on the gunnel?

TIA

Most with a portable setup are using a ram mount and simply buy extra ball bases for their other boats. Several YouTube videos out there on portable setups.


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